Google recently announced a sweeping overhaul of G Suite, unifying several of its services to make them simpler to use for workers. On the outside, this move could look like Google is redoubling its efforts to challenge Microsoft Teams and Slack. However, Slack and Teams probably have nothing to worry about for now.
Microsoft's popular Teams app runs on Surface Pro X and the new Lenovo Flex 5G, but the app does not run natively in ARM64. Microsoft has now finally given a sign that such support is in the works, but it also highlights an ongoing issue with Microsoft supporting its own hardware.
Microsoft responded to Slack's allegations of anticompetitive practices by pointing toward Slack's lack of video conferencing. Microsoft says that Slack 'suffered' during the COVID-19 pandemic while people embraced Teams.
Microsoft is rolling out Teams for personal life in preview to Android and iOS devices. It allows you to sign in to Microsoft Teams with your personal Microsoft account and gives you access to features geared toward everyday life.
We're back with another exciting episode of the Windows Central Podcast, and this week, Zac and Daniel talk about the apparent internal disconnect within Microsoft when it comes to reliably bringing Windows 10 updates to the Surface product line. There are new updates to Teams that can help make online meetings more tolerable.
Microsoft Teams will soon give users the ability to hold massive interactive meetings. The company is upping the participant limit of interactive meetings to 1,000. Further, presentations will soon be able to hold up to 20,000 viewers.
With more people working remotely, many people might feel disconnected from their co-workers during meetings. Later this year, Microsoft Teams is looking to break down that barrier with a new "Together Mode" that puts you and your teammates in a virtual room together.
Microsoft Teams is getting even more dynamic with a variety of updates headed to your meetings later this year. You'll soon be able to use live reactions within your meetings, see chat bubbles directly over participants' screens, and much more.
Cortana is back, this time in Microsoft Teams. Microsoft announced today that, starting in the coming weeks, Cortana voice assistance will be available in the Teams mobile apps to help you start calls and meetings, send messages, and much more.